facilities have tended to rely largely on private financing, largely on people paying out-of-pocket for these benefits and lower-incomed people have not had, you know, access to, you know, a medicaid benefit to pay for these services, it's not surprising where assisted living facilities tend to locate. they tend to locate in higher socioeconomic areas. so areas that have higher education levels, higher levels of median income, greater levels of housing wealth, this is where assisted living facilities tend to locate. just to give you one example, areas with no assisted living facilities, whatsoever, the housing -- median housing values is around $68,000. but areas with, you know, the highest penetration of assisted living facility beds, the median housing values is around $98,000. so it's quite different across, you know, the penetration areas. and it varied in exactly the way you'd expect. so the highest penetration areas had the highest income, highest wealth and the lowest penetration had the lowest income and lowest wealth all the way down the line.